[Anatomy of intrinsic hand muscles].

@article{Homma1994AnatomyOI,
  title={[Anatomy of intrinsic hand muscles].},
  author={Tatsuji Homma and Tatsuo Sakai},
  journal={Kaibogaku zasshi. Journal of anatomy},
  year={1994},
  volume={69 2},
  pages={123-42}
}
The intrinsic hand muscles consist of the thenar, hypothenar and midcarpal muscles. Our recent studies on these muscles and their innervation have revealed several new findings which would enhance standard anatomical descriptions of these muscles. 1) R. profundus of the ulnar nerve sends off branches to interossei in order of the spatial arrangement of… CONTINUE READING